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Easley band recognized

By Jason Evans Staff Reporter jevans@thepccourier.com EASLEY — Nearly 10 percent of the student population of Easley High School takes More »

trash canned

Sheriff’s office part of team effort to clean up highways By Greg Oliver Courtesy The Journal goliver@upstatetoday.com COUNTY — Motorists’ More »

Easley council updated on Train on Main project

By Jason Evans Staff Reporter jevans@thepccourier.com EASLEY — A project that aims to draw more people to downtown Easley is More »

‘Festival of Eggs’ planned at Duke World of Energy

Duke Energy World of Energy staff members Mikayla Kreuzberger, left, and Linda Young place eggs at the World of Energy More »

Trio of Liberty seniors sign to play at North Greenville

By Rocky Nimmons Publisher rnimmons@thepccourier.com LIBERTY — Last Friday was a big day for the Liberty High School family, as More »

Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom

Part 2:  not so fast By Dr. Thomas Cloer, Jr. Special to The Courier Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom” More »

 

Easley band recognized

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

jevans@thepccourier.com

EASLEY — Nearly 10 percent of the student population of Easley High School takes part in the school’s band program.

Director of bands Rick Langdale Jr. spoke before Easley City Council members during their February meeting.

“We’re glad that y’all are here,” Mayor Larry Bagwell said. “I

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trash canned

Sheriff’s office part of team effort to clean up highways

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

goliver@upstatetoday.com

COUNTY — Motorists’ increased complaints about litter strewn across the roadside on U.S. Highway 123 from Clemson to Easley have not gone unnoticed, according to Pickens

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Clemson official found dead

EASLEY — Less than a day after family remembers reported him missing, the body of a Clemson University athletic department official was found near his home on Tuesday.

Associate athletic director of planned giving Bert Henderson was last heard from late Sunday night and reported missing around 3:45 p.m. Monday afternoon after he failed to show up for work, according to Anderson County Sheriff’s Office public information officer Lt. Sheila Cole.

Cole said local authorities searched the area near the 60-year-

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Police looking for truck thief

LIBERTY — Pickens County Sheriff’s Office deputies are looking for a truck reported stolen last week, as well as the man responsible.

Chief deputy Creed Hashe said Thursday afternoon that the green and tan 1998 Ford F-150 was stolen from a Spinx station on Moorefield Memorial Highway in Liberty at around 7:20 p.m. Wednesday. The theft was captured on the store’s video survelliance system.

Hashe said a white man wearing dark overalls, a ball cap and tan boots

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Easley council updated on Train on Main project

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

jevans@thepccourier.com

EASLEY — A project that aims to draw more people to downtown Easley is nearly complete.

Bob Fedder updated Easley City Council members on the “Train on Main” project during their February meeting.

“Are you the caboose or the engine?” Mayor Larry Bagwell

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Research could help save billions on drug development

By Paul Alongi
Clemson University

news@thepccourier.com

CLEMSON — New research at Clemson University could help save billions of dollars on drug development, bring treatments to market more quickly and save the lives of patients who might otherwise be assigned to inferior treatments.

Amin Khademi, an assistant

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Southern Wesleyan University Jazz Invitational set this week

CENTRAL — The 17th annual SWU Jazz Invitational will return this Thursday, with local jazz bands from middle school through adult groups jamming together in the auditorium of Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts Center.

Starting at 6:30 p.m., the jazz musicians will present a huge

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‘Festival of Eggs’ planned at Duke World of Energy

Duke Energy World of Energy staff members Mikayla Kreuzberger, left, and Linda Young place eggs at the World of Energy in advance of the inaugural World of Energy Festival of Eggs display voting contest. Decorating begins on March 15, and the eggs will be on display from March 20-April 14.

UPSTATE — Duke Energy’s World of Energy at Oconee Nuclear Station is hosting the 2017 Festival of Eggs, a spin-off of the hugely successful Festival of Trees.

 Similar to the Festival of Trees, nonprofit representatives will decorate the eggs to compete for funding for their

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‘Kidsfest’ coming to Hagood Mill

PICEKNS — Hagood Mill will host the 10th annual “Kidsfest” concert and YAMS Talent Show on Saturday, March 18, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on the historic grounds of the mill in Pickens.

The event’s emcees and hosts, Gregg “Buffalo” Barfield,

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Pickens County graduations to stay at stadiums

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

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PICKENS ­— For the greater part of the last three decades, with the exception of a few years when the facility was undergoing renovation, Pickens County high school graduations have been held at Littlejohn Coliseum.

During the past couple of years, when the coliseum was once

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